July 10th, 2013 | 104 Entries

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104 Entries for “derived”

  1. the pain hit me like the shattering of a windsheild. they took away everything i had ever loved, the pain on her face was enough to kill me, my only daughter, my world and they had derived her of food and nutrients, stole her soul and it destroyed me knowing she had forgotten how to smile

    By Krissy on 07.11.2013

  2. Derived? Derivation. Deviation. Hesitation. Procrastination.

    Yikes. This is harder than it looks.

    By L on 07.11.2013

  3. Wretched wardrobes, derived from walnut and beech–no children disappearing, not today, but in ten years’ time, twelve, oh, the solidification of the quantum theory of developmental archaic chaos! We set the dolls inside, cornhusk and acorn and slightly damp dog tongue. Said the words. Lit the flame. And stepped back, shutting the doors to all three.

    The open house would begin in a moment. A steal, this place, at one-forty. And fully furnished, of course.

    By RS Bohn URL on 07.11.2013

  4. I can’t say where I first derived the name Oxy for myself. It had really little relation to my relations. The Doxenbergs were never ones to hyphenate their names to a french d’Oxen burg.

    By Kat on 07.11.2013

  5. When I open up my eyes
    I find it’s you who is derived
    From the hell hole you called me
    And through faith you became happy
    Without it, I was lost without you
    Forever more unable to be your muse

    By Lexx on 07.11.2013

  6. what does it come from? What do you mean what does it come from? The store, you idiot? I mean what plant does it come from. A packing plant, you idiot? Jeesh, you’re dense. If

    By Lee on 07.11.2013

  7. I derived from her expression that she wasn’t happy with the situation. Not in the least.

    By mrsmig on 07.11.2013

  8. derived. came from. hmm where do these feelings come from. the feeling that everything needs to be something. i need to realize the beauty in nothing and except it for what it is, a beautiful point in my life where i am living loving and having a great time. stop trying to make things into someting

    By casey on 07.11.2013

  9. He swirled the dark matter in the glass. “But what is it derived from?” he asked.

    “It should seem as simple as any other beer,” she replied. “Barley, hops, yeast, water. It’s not as simple as that though. Whatever it is that truly makes this beer the most sought-after in the world, it’s something I have yet to identify.”

    By Anthony StClair on 07.11.2013

  10. Most of what’s out there is a joke. But no one cares. If you don’t like it, you can change stations. And you know what? You’ll here the same crap on that station too. The illusion of choice, as they always say, is the right way to do business. Why innovate when you can just make it seem like you are?

    By JV on 07.11.2013

  11. from whence was your opinion derived? did you come up with such nonsense on your own or was it a random thought ?

    By Jacqui on 07.11.2013

  12. “This all began somewhere on the other side of the globe,” she said, “deep in the Himalayas, at some mythical place called The Heart of the World.”

    “All life is derived from there, in one way or another,” he said, nodding. “Our spirit. Our sense of strength and exploration. It all came from there.”

    By Anthony StClair on 07.11.2013

  13. When you first start out the motives seem clear and you see no obstacles ahead. As you move on the achievements start to be measured against the distance traveled, the sense of worth becomes a figure derived from a self-imposed, arbitrary weighting of effort and success. And then the inner critic surfaces flogging you onwards. As the wish to improve performance increases the goal seems to shrink into the distance racing further ahead all the time, always just at the point where it might disappear over the horizon. Even running at full speed the passion and glory has left you behind struggling to catch up and now just overcoming inertia takes all your effort.

    By Meredyth URL on 07.11.2013

  14. Coming out from under, she summoned all of her courage to step up the ladder. One rung at a time, she grew stronger, until she emerged. Her breath stuck in her throat as she pushed the cellar door open and

    By Soft URL on 07.11.2013

  15. the old word derived as if it had arrived in the mail.
    like blood derived in the heart.
    like the nail
    in my lungs
    derived from your hammer.
    and the knife in my back
    derived from your hand.

    By B.Crazy on 07.11.2013

  16. I don’t know what to write about the word derived. I just had to look it up! Now I know what it means.

    By Cecilia on 07.11.2013

  17. that came as such as a surprise that which cellular in space fire tsunami solarly hell three waves in the wave land ride them like fishes in rivulets little creatures evenly begin to sway with the rhythm of your consciousness too

    By reluctant URL on 07.11.2013

  18. Yes, I derive income. Why not? I have to get around these days.

    By Cecilia on 07.11.2013

  19. The object that comes from somehting else. The essence of somehtings essence. the bottom of it all. the creative outlet of an item. something new out of something old. originally a solid now an enigma.

    By Hannah on 07.11.2013

  20. i had no reason to chew on you because i was full.
    i just liked the crunch of bone, the bloody pull.

    suppose that makes me a glutton.
    suppose that makes me a pig.

    oh, well, at least i’m a pig
    in russian red lipstick.

    By h. b. on 07.11.2013

  21. They spoke. They healed. They smiled.
    Words were words. No less, no more.
    No meanings were derived.

    By Candour URL on 07.11.2013

  22. I watched the small corners of her mouth twist into an unsettling smile, derived and strained from the largest of grins. It seems as if this small gesture was her best try to project to me her happpines, but she hadn’t been in so while, she’d forgotten how.

    By DeionDakota on 07.11.2013

  23. What is derived?
    Maybe I’ll look at the dictionary…
    Oh well.
    It means gain something.
    Time’s up!

    By peachtea on 07.11.2013

  24. lysergic acid diethylamide is a derivative of the tetracyclic lyserigc acid which is commonly found on funghi that grow on rye, in the seeds of the Hawaiian baby woodrose and the morning glory. it belongs to the family of ergolines and has four stereoisomeres

    By berenique on 07.11.2013